When it comes to open-world games, GTA V is the first go-to choice for players worldwide. Also, undoubtedly, the game is a lot more fun when played after adding game mods. Good for Players, the Game gets to see the addition of many mods regularly. Recently, Chaos Mod is making players go crazy all over in GTA V. Therefore, let’s find out what more this mod has to offer.
Chaos Mod has recently been very popular among streamers and their viewers, both alike. Thanks to the Mod’s sheer insanity, it has grabbed a lot of attention in the gaming world. Speaking of the Mod, as the name suggests, it is designed to create random, unpredictable chaos in the game.
Broadly speaking, this mod put players into random effect after every 30 seconds. While some of the effects are minute or even helpful, most of the effects remain tragic. There are nearly around hundreds of effects that players could trigger by using this mod.
GTA V Chaos Mod: How it works?
GTA V as a whole is still a fun game to play despite how long it has been since its release. As with every other open-world game, there’s still a certain level of randomness to GTA V as well. However, it is still easy to complete the game. Moreover, things become difficult with the Chaos Mod as it increases randomness exponentially.
The Chaos Mod makes GTA V comparatively more difficult to play and much more challenging. With this mod, there are high chances of you getting in trouble especially when luck is not in your favor. You might find yourself caught in a disastrous effect as the mod triggers a random effect once every 30 seconds.
Also, it is worth mentioning the mod works with both the vanilla and FiveM versions of GTA 5.
1. Some Random Effects included in the Chaos Mod V
As of now, there are a total of 270 random effects included in the Chaos Mod officially. Effects are so random that there is even an effect that does nothing. Thus, altogether adding to the charm of the Mod. Speaking of effects, Chaos Mod can include gravity-altering, weather changing, and many more random effects.
Similarly, some effects include the ability to change player’s weapons randomly. Imagine your LMG changing into a Shotgun middle of a gunfight. Not so cool, Huh? So much for the randomness. You never know what might happen or more frankly what random effect you might run into. This Mod is built in such a manner that it is difficult for you to decide your future actions.
Reportedly, this mod can cause issues with trainers and some visual mods. Therefore, act accordingly. However, this mod is fairly popular among players with a total of over 110k players downloading this mod and it retaining a shiny 4.8 out of five stars at the moment
2. What makes Chaos Mod so Popular among Players?
Considering the time since Rockstar went live with GTA V, players have kept the game spirit alive by finding ways to make the game as fun and interesting as ever before. One may find the Chaos Mod disturbing considering its random nature. However, the mod adds a lot of replayability to GTA games like GTA 5.
Players who have put into thousands of hours in the game are usually the ones looking for mods like this one. While others tend to stick to the Chaos Mod simply to feel the added dose of excitement in the game. Though mostly, players install this mod to try new things out.
Also, the mod is updated on a regular basis to keep the fun going. With the mod adding new effects with every update. Moreover, like every other mod Chaos Mod V is also completely optional. You can disable the Chaos Mod at any moment you do not wish to play with it.
About GTA V
Grand Theft Auto V is a single-player open-world game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games in 2013. The story revolves around three protagonists namely Michael, Franklin, and Trevor, and their attempts to commit heists within the fictional state of San Andreas. The Game is playable both in the First Person and Third Person perspective. GTA V is available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5, and, Xbox Series X/S